At the ReelSEO Video Marketing Summit, we asked some of the experts, who just-so-happened to be walking around, what kind of tips they would give to creators when they're launching their videos. Suzie Reider, Jim Louderback, and many more offer their thoughts.
How do you get your video to gain some steam once you publish it? How do you get people to care? I mean, you know it's good...but how do you get others to feel the same way? It's all about finding influencers who have the same interests as you, and learning how to talk to them.
Here's exactly why you should be using TrueView ads when you set up a YouTube marketing campaign, as illustrated by Greg Jarboe in this week's Creator's Tip. Jarboe has seen why these ads are incredibly powerful in today's YouTube advertising.
How do you get people talking about your content in a meaningful way, and getting all the social value out of YouTube that you can--driving engagement and creating a community of people who actively care about your content? Well, here are ten awesome ways to do that.
Do you want a specific URL using a specific tag that shows up frequently in your videos and group them into one big playlist or page? Here's how to find it. You can categorize your videos in a number of ways using this handy tip.
We talk to Rob Sandie at vidIQ about three simple practices that can help drive views. While good content is a great place to start, this is how you can position it to thrive. And there's all sorts of statistics to back it up. Boom.
Sometimes you want to upload lots of videos to your channel, or you want to upload video responses. How do you make it so that certain videos don't go to your subscriber boxes? This simple tip will allow you to upload videos you want to make public, but bypass notifying your subscribers.
If you're simply asking the viewers of your YouTube channel to come visit your Facebook page, or your Twitter, then your social media calls-to-action could use some improvement . Also, you might want to pay a little more attention to that avatar, buddy.
YouTube changed their algorithm not long ago to emphasize watch time, which simply means keeping viewers watching videos as long as possible. It means your videos start getting favored where YouTube pushes videos. Linking to playlists is one way this can get accomplished.
Marketing a YouTube channel to women can be hard...especially for us guys. But luckily, there's a network called Kin Community out there who knows all the tips to get women watching your show, if that's the demographic you're aiming for.